Edward Paul Woitkiewicz

  • Born: January 10, 1939
  • Died: February 17, 2020
  • Location: Penacook, New Hampshire

Phaneuf Funeral Homes & Crematorium - Hanover Street

243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-5777

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Family Man, Accomplished Mill Wright and Perpetual Biker.

Edward Paul Woitkiewicz , 81, died Monday , February 17, 2020 at Concord Hospital with family at his bedside, following a brief illness.

Edward was predeceased by his wife of 18 years Marion, his son Peter Woitkiewicz, and his brother Frederick Woitkiewicz and wife Joan

He leaves his Son Steven Woitkiewicz, wife Eva and granddaughter Casey, Son William Woitkiewicz, wife Sharon, grandson William and Bri Collins, granddaughter Sara Morin husband Matt, granddaughter Amanda Clark and husband Steve; his daughter, Katherine Hull and Chris Comeau, grandson Michael Hull, granddaughter Stephanie Hull; his brother John Gould ; five nieces and many close friends.

Born and raised in Roxbury , the son of Edward Woitkiewicz Sr. and Helen Gould , he was a lifelong resident of Salem N.H.

In his early years, It was a time of gang wars, leather coats with zippers and old fast cars! Roxbury was a tough town to grow up in but it built great men and Women and Ed was a legend there.

After serving with the Navy, Ed was a Mill Wright, he owned a Shell Station, and had a business doing demolition. He worked hard to bring his family and children from the City to the country.

Ed had a passion for flying planes, traveling around the us on his motorcycle with his best friend Jim, He loved cooking for crowds always made the best meals, he always loved a good joke, he left a smile on our faces.

Ed was a longtime member of Sons of the American Leigon.

There will be no services per his request.

In Lieu of flowers a donation can be made to the American Legion of your choice.

Condolence & Memory Journal

I have great memories of the days in Roxbury. I don't know if Ed ever shared with anyone what those days were like. I didn't run with Ed but my older brother did who passer about 2 years ago. I was a boy hood friend of his brother Fred. It was a time of great turmoil in the streets of Roxbury. A time of leather coats with zippers which Ed owned! Old fast cars, and always as young teenage kid do get in trouble! I thing I remember about Ed and my brother was thing kids do in the city when you don't have an XBOX! Occasionally they would (FATHOM THIS) leap across the opening the roof top on a triple decker! A triple decker is a city wooden family apartment building. he span was about four feet. I can remember my mom and his mom giving them hell over it. RIP Ed you survived the wild days to live out a great life. You will be missed by us all!

Posted by Leo Tompkins - Bolton, MA - Friend   February 21, 2020

Sending love and prayers to the family. We know how much they loved Ed and will miss him. Heaven had another angel.

Posted by Beverely and Peter Dubiel - Northfield, NH - Family Friend   February 20, 2020

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